Bangladesh were clearly the prime favourites heading into the clash versus Oman, but the associate nation has done exceedingly well to keep a tight lid on their opponents after being asked to have a bowl first. Though opener Mohammad Naim struck a breezy half-century and senior pro Shakib Al Hasan chipped in with 42, Bangladesh didn’t exactly score at a fair clip, ending up with a below-par total of 153. Fayyaz Butt was the pick of the bowlers, prising out a three-wicket haul to ensure Bangladesh are kept in firm check.
Big wicket for Oman 💪
— T20 World Cup (@T20WorldCup) October 19, 2021